- introduction to a vibrant research community of cancer scientists and doctors in the Cambridge area
- opportunities and support for collaborative research initiatives across different disciplines
- opportunities to apply for pump-priming funds for new inter-disciplinary research projects involving two or more groups
- access to shared clinical and laboratory resources
- events and scientific meetings throughout the year
- education and training for graduate non-clinical and clinical students
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
We are proud of the strength and success that comes from the diverse research environment that we have within the Centre. As a Centre that employs members of staff as part of the University of Cambridge, we are aligned with the EDI policies of the School of Clinical Medicine and also CRUK. The School of Clinical Medicine has a dedicated governance group overseeing equality, diversity and inclusion related issues. Regular talks are held throughout the year and all staff members are mandated to undertake Equality and Diversity training. As well as the staff we directly employ we also value EDI of our membership list. Our EDI champion, Claire King, (Cancer Immunology and Advanced Cancer Imaging Programme Manager), is responsible for raising awareness, organising events and signposting people for advice and information. If you have any ideas or suggestions, please get in touch.
Acknowledging our funders
Members are obliged to acknowledge funding from the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Centre and other funding sources in their research activity and publications, using the agreed wording.
Benefits of membership
A number of meetings, networking events and workshops are provided for Members. If Members are organising their own meetings, the CRUK Cambridge Institute Lecture Theatre may be booked for large cancer-related events – for information on availability and charges please contact the CRUK CI event team.
Pump-priming funds – Members can apply for pump-priming funds, if they are offered from their Programme, to support new collaborative projects across disciplines.